Ah, I thought one of my resolutions would be to blog more. So far, not so much. But I do have a newsletter on eating simple and healthy GF foods, classes in Alexandria, VA, winter recipes and more!
I didn’t end up menu planning last week and the result was not very much cooking and disorganization. So it’s nice to see how helpful it is for me to get a plan down, even if it tends to move and shift. And I’m very lucky, my DH was good about either making himself dinner or pitching in/not complaining when dinners weren’t so inspired. It should be a busy week and I’m teaching a GF class next weekend and yet, it’ll all happen somehow.
Our hostess this week is the lovely Kimberly from Gluten free is Life and her theme is pizza. I’ve made a yeast and grain free pizza from a garbanzo crust with a pesto topping and so I will try something again along those lines but likely won’t have time to make it until Sunday. I’m glad for the reminder, though, because we really enjoyed it! And I look forward to seeing everyone else’s pizza themes.
Rockfish and kale for lunch,
dinner: visiting relatives so who knows. But they’re good about feeding me GF food, so yahoo.
Curried coconut lentils–a new favorite
Chicken in tomato sauce with broccoli
Turkey and celery in chestnut sauce
bread, for a friends’ birthday, with spiced apricot butter
Gingered apple crisp
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I’m new to your blog, love it! Also returning to the good habit of menu-planning after a hiatus of poor planning..ugh!
Thank you for the inspiration!
I must know about these curried coconut lentils–must!